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Biebel Brittanys - Kentucky American Brittany Breeders
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About Biebel Brittanys
We breed, raise and train high quality Brittanys from Nolan's Last Bullet, Microdot, Grand Junction Jake, Gamblers Ace in the Hole, and Hammerin Hank/Dandy blood lines. Our Brittanys have wonderful persaonalities, love to hunt, are natural retreivers, have long range noses and are very smart. They are easy to house train and make great family dogs as well as bird dogs. Our Brittanys are bred for long legs, short hair coats and are not aggressive. We have both orange & white and liver & white pups and dogs. Our Brittanys will hunt Huns, Grouse and Pheasants up close and will range out to cover ground when Quail or Chukar hunting. With long range noses they will find birds, lock up and point, are natural backers, will hunt dead, retreive to hand, and then scoot to do it all over again and again! We love to hunt with our BiebelBrittanys. We have a sharptailed grouse and pheasant hunting camp in eastern MT, pheasant camps in North & South Dakota and Iowa, and a quail camp in KY. You and your new pup or dog can come join us! Harold Biebel.
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Hunting, Training, Stud Services, Boarding
Breeder Contact Info
PO Box 1498
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42102
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 23 years.
270-796-4085Send Email to Biebel Brittanys
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Brittany; finished male Orange&White for saleBrittany puppies for sale; Liver&White and Orange&White
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Submitted by: Dave in Clarksville TN on Apr 03, 2015Hi Harold. We just dropped BiebelBrittany Josie off for training at Ronnie Smith's kennels in Big Cabin, OK. Super nice people. Thank you for recommending him. Dave in Clarksville TN.
Submitted by: Kathy S. on Mar 31, 2015I want to let you all know how genuinely happy I am to have found Biebel Brittanys. Without them, we would not have our Tuffie. He is an awesome dog, both as an addition to our family and as a hunter. He can snuggle with the best of them or hunt with the best of them and both he will do with 100% of his heart. But something you might also be interested in knowing is this: Harold and Renee are not just "breeders" or "a kennel" - THEY GO SO FAR BEYOND THAT. While we were attending a family reunion not far from Bowling Green, Tuffie was lucky enough to stay with the gang at the Biebel estate. Please note I did not say he stayed at the kennels, because what they have is not what we picture when we think of a kennel. Their facilities are clean, well maintained and comfortable. Their dogs are very obviously happy and well cared for. After all these years, Tuffie still remembers them and gets excited to see them - a testament to the love and care he receives from them. Tuffie had a wonderful time with them. We were able to relax and enjoy our time with family, knowing he was being cared for by people who love him as much as we do. Bottom line, Harold and Renee are all that and more. We are very grateful to call them our kennel, but even more grateful to call them our friends. There is not a shadow of doubt where our next Brittany will come from... and the next... and the next... and the next...
Submitted by: Alix in Florida on Mar 23, 2015I play the puppy video of Dash's 2013 litter periodically and love seeing these beautiful puppies. Of Course I think Trixie and Huck's are the most beautiful!
We just adore our boy so much.
He is much more leggy than his parents and he is typically airborne with his beautiful stride!
Dash is an appropriate name for him, now I just wish his middle name was, Home, instead of AWAY!
Submitted by: Matt in Michigan on Mar 23, 2015Hey Harold. BiebelBrittany Slim took second at the Kentucky brittany club trial this weekend. He had two broke finds, which for a derby dog is fantastic. 5 times down and 5 placements so far this spring. Hopefully he can keep it up in Michigan for the next two weeks. He is #4 in the standings as of now for the ABC juvenile dog of the year. Lots of tough competition across the country, so I am more than pleased with where he is at. Someday soon we will be in Booneville, Arkansas watching run for a national championship. Hope all is going well with the pile of puppies you are dealing with.
Matt in MI
Submitted by: Marti & Tony upstate NY on Mar 18, 2015THANKS FOR THE PIC'S .... UPDATE ON JAZZ ..... SHE LOVES THE MOTOR HOME, SHE RIDES ON THE COUCH WITH HER HEAD ON THE PILLOW..... SHE WENT TO THE BEACH AND RAN-FREE....CHASING THE WAVES AND ANNIE INTO THE WATER, SHE JUST LOVED IT .... THEN WE TOOK THE GIRLS FOR "YOGART" ..... AND SHE LOVED IT ..... NOW ITS BEDTIME SO THEY HAVE SETTLED IN THEIR BEDS AND ARE OUT.....SHE HAS BONDED ALREADY, GOES OUT TO SISSY AND BOOM BOOM HERSELF, SHE IS GREAT.
HOPE YOUR TRIP WENT WELL, GLAD YOUR HOME AND SAFE......TAKE CARE........MARTI AND TONY
Submitted by: Laura in KY on Mar 08, 2015Good Morning, Harold!
I was going through some old emails this morning and found this one. I love this pic, it is so cool how all four of your dogs look so much alike in their appearance and expression! Hope things are all well in BG. I am sooooo tired of this weather. Lexington was pounded again as you know and Lucky and I do not like having our walks interrupted.
Submitted by: Dave & Marsha in WV on Feb 22, 2015We call him Rowdy; and it fits. He has lots of energy. I have attached a picture; he is 33 lbs ( 7 months) and has long legs. I have been working mostly on the obedience training and he is doing fairly well, although he can be stubborn at times. I took him to Ohio a couple of weeks back on a quail hunt. He got to run with some GSPs and he ranged a little further than I would have liked. We only got one bird up and missed him. Rowdy didn't really get to know the scent or what we were really trying to do. However, He didn't seem bothered by the gunfire and did respond to the electronic collar fairly well; although he's not crazy about the beeper. I need to get him on some game birds; he's crazy about the song birds and doves he sees here. I do have the AKC registration form. It's on my desk, just need to mail it in. He is my buddy! Doesn't like being separated from us. Dave & Marsha in WV
Submitted by: Pat K in MI on Feb 19, 2015Harold - Greetings from snow/ice bound Michigan.
The dog trainer who worked with Rusty (and was duly impressed by him and his genetics) was excited to hear that you had another litter. He is posting a note together with picture of Rusty on his Facebook page. His name is Fred Saber from Goodrich, mi. He will forward any inquiries to me and I will forward them to you.
Stay warm, Pat k. in MI
Submitted by: Shaun in MT with Jackson on Feb 16, 2015Hi Ed and Harold,
Here are a few pics from yesterdays pheasant hunt. I took a good friend of mine and his 13 year old son to a preserve that I belong too. The young man shot 6 birds. All the dogs did great and they had many great points and honors. We have from left to right Jackson, Gunner and Hank. These three dogs have hunted a few times together and they really hunt well with each other. Harold you are going to be very impressed with Jackson next fall. I wish I had the time to do field trial stuff with him, I think he would do awesome at it. He is fast and is always has his nose going.
Submitted by: Jimmy in VA on Feb 16, 2015Harold, Here are some pictures of BiebelBrittany Beckett (9 months old) after quail hunting. It is such a joy to hunt with him. He is ALL WORLD CLASS! Jimmy in VA.